If you subscribe to my e-newsletter, you'll notice that I've been hinting at a secret matchy-matchy Christmas gift for my little brother and his girlfriend. There are four pieces to this. One is done, and the second one (left) is still on the needles, because this weekend I lost a game of Yarn Chicken.
Yarn Chicken is a lovely moniker given to the time when a knitter looks at what's left of her yarn, wonders if she should go to the store to buy some more, then decides she is too lazy to put on real clothes, so she knits away, hoping that she
One of my favorite knitting podcasts (yes; I listen to knitting podcasts) is KnitMoreGirls, hosted by grandmother Gigi, daughter Jasmin and granddaughter Genevieve. Each week, one of their segments is called "When Knitting Attacks," and the two more experienced hosts share a knitting misadventure with their listeners. Because their knitting is so much more beautiful and advanced than mine is, half the time I don't understand the details of their knitting attacks, because they use techniques I've never heard of! But this weekend, I had a knitting attack of my own that I have not fully resolved, and it's giving me a tiny bit of pre-Christmas-knitting-anxiety. Thankfully Starbucks cures that.
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